Sport Former Portuguese footballer, Eusebio: much love for Hagan

Portuguese football legend Eusebio, died of a cardiac arrest early Sunday morning, here are some of the best images from his playing career and later life

Deco during his Chelsea days

Former Chelsea playmaker Deco contests ban for failed drugs test

The former Portugal international has retired since the positive test

Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Cristiano Ronaldo will collide when Sweden take on Portugal in the World Cup play-offs

World Cup play-offs: Sweden to face Portugal in pick of the ties as Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Cristiano Ronaldo prepare to clash

France are handed a testing encounter against Ukraine while Greece face Romania and Croatia take on Iceland

Jorge Jesus in full flow during Saturday’s defeat to Porto which is likely to cost Benfica the Portuguese title

Europa League final: Benfica manager Jorge Jesus will cast shadow over Chelsea counterpart Rafael Benitez

Benfica's high-energy coach will dominate touchline with wild ways when side face Chelsea

Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo

Injury to Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo not serious

Cristiano Ronaldo will link up with the Portugal squad as scheduled today after Real Madrid confirmed the shoulder injury he suffered in El Clasico last night was not serious.

Andre Villas-Boas has been linked to the managerial vacancy at Roma

Tottenham appoint Luis Martins as new first team coach

Tottenham have announced the latest recruit to Andre Villas-Boas’ team at White Hart Lane as the new manager brings a Portuguese feel to the coaching staff.

Andre Villas-Boas has been linked to the managerial vacancy at Roma

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Andre Villas-Boas has been confirmed as the new manager of Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur.

Germany and Portugal fined by Uefa over behaviour of fans

Germany and Portugal were today fined by UEFA over the behaviour of their fans during their opening European Championship match on Saturday night.

Ramires somehow fails to convert from point-blank range

Chelsea: Man-for-man marking

Petr Cech

Benfica keeper Artur is powerless to prevent Raul Meireles' piledriver

Raul Meireles late show for Chelsea finally ends Benfica resistance

Chelsea 2 Benfica 1 (Chelsea win 3-1 on aggregate)

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Mario Balotelli of Manchester City is pictured during his team's win over Porto in the Europa League.

Porto hit with €20,000 fine for racist abuse during City match

Uefa yesterday fined Porto €20,000 (£16,700) for the racist abuse of Manchester City's Mario Balotelli and Yaya Touré by their supporters in a Europa League game in Portugal on 16 February.

Bilbao celebrate

Athletic Bilbao overcome Raul's double

In last night's Europa League quarter-final first legs, veteran striker Raul scored twice for Schalke but they still lost 4-2 at home to Athletic Bilbao, who eliminated Manchester United in the previous round.

Jorge Jesus, the Benfica coach, makes a point to his players

Chelsea drawn against Benfica's brilliant Jesus

Portuguese team with the astute manager will be no pushover for Di Matteo's side, writes Sam Wallace

Athletic Bilbao rewarded with Schalke tie after defeating Manchester United

Athletic Bilbao, conquerors of Manchester United, will face German side Schalke in the quarter-finals of the Europa League.

Manchester City's David Silva tussles with Sporting Lisbon's Joao Pereira last night

Disjointed City count injury cost but escape heavy defeat

Sporting Lisbon 1 Manchester City 0

Much water has passed under the bridge since Micah Richards played for England against Croatia in the Euro 2008 qualifier at Wembley

Frozen out by Fabio but Micah is glad to be in from the cold

Richards' delight at second chance after admitting he was not a Capello favourite

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Democrats and Republicans refuse to set aside their differences to cope with the influx of desperate Central Americas, says Rupert Cornwell
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